Adherence to the standard naming conventions makes your code not only more readable, but more usable. For instance,
class FirstAttribute :
Attribute can be used simply with
First, but you must use the full name for
class AttributeOne : Attribute.
This rule raises an issue when classes extending
Exception, do not end with their
parent class names.
Noncompliant Code Example
class AttributeOne : Attribute // Noncompliant
class FirstAttribute : Attribute
If a class' direct base class doesn’t follow the convention, then no issue is reported on the class itself, regardless of whether or not it
conforms to the convention.
class Timeout : Exception // Noncompliant
class ExtendedTimeout : Timeout // Ignored; doesn't conform to convention, but the direct base doesn't conform either